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Oklahoma senator introduces gun bill that would allow firearms to be carried without license

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Posted at 10:19 AM, Nov 30, 2018
and last updated 2018-11-30 11:19:55-05

An Oklahoma Senator from Broken Arrow introduced a gun bill that would allow concealed firearms to be carried without the need of a license.

RELATED STORY: Governor Fallin vetoes Constitutional Carry Bill

Governor Mary Fallin vetoed Senate Bill 12, which was authored by Republican Sen. Nathan Dahm, back in May.

The bill is geared towards eliminating gun owners to participate in safety and training courses and to carry without a permit.

The bill also wants the following:

- Current and former member of armed services to carry both concealed and unconcealed firearms.
- Prohibit colleges and universities from publicizing rules prohibiting lawful carriers to possess a firearm in parking areas.
- Prohibit any alien unlawfully in the United States from carrying any firearm.
- Allowing the transportation of loaded handguns for carriers without concealed carry.
- Authorize off-duty officers to carry a personal rifle/shotgun anywhere in the state.

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